CSU Students Work to Change Nuisance Law in Euclid

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Three students from Cleveland State University worked to convince the City of Euclid to remove domestic violence as an offense covered by the city's nuisance law.  Such ordinances are on the books in many cities in Ohio including about a dozen here in Cuyahgoa County.  The ACLU of Ohio says the laws can unfairly target domestic violence victims and potentially prevent them from calling for help. 

Guests: 

Mike Brickner, Senior Policy Director, American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio  
Joe Mead, Assistant Professor, Cleveland State University  
Marissa Pappas, Student, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs
Calla Bonanno, Student, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs
Vanessa Hemminger, Student, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law  

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